Dibarah Mahboob | The Daily Star
  • Dibarah Mahboob

    The writer is an author and artist.

  • The lifestyle of online classes

    This is a common sentiment expressed by a lot of students and staff at institutions suddenly flooded with new challenges in creating IT access for all kinds of students.
  • The skirts are BACK

    From the land of saris and longer kurtas, it’s a no-brainer that skirts would be a natural derivative of east-western fusion wear. I wonder, are skirts the unsung heroes of our wardrobes? Sure, we love the freedom, privacy, and cool factor a pair of jeans brings, but the skirt has some much sartorial versatility to offer.
  • THE POWER of DISCIPLINED LEISURE

    “I wasn’t doing well at school through the second year of college,” he described, “Instead of approaching studies as a big goal to work on, I decided to make only very slight adjustments.
  • Where is the law and humanity for children working in domestic settings?

    Around a month ago, protests broke out in Uttara after the body of a 12-year-old child named Boishakhi was recovered from a home in Sector 3, hanging from the ceiling fan.
  • Rape news should trigger more resistance

    It's no secret that Bangladesh has long been plagued by violence against women and children.
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